About The Two-Year-Olds., Daily Racing Form, 1907-05-17


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ABOUT THE TWO-YEAR-OLDS. Among the two year-obis carded to run their first races st Belasaaj Park today is .1 fall brother Co Moatgonhary, winner .f the Crescent city Derby. II is the bay eot Robert Cooper, by Peaeara Montgomery Cooper, in the stable of Fred Forsgthe, who bred him at bis farm near Ilarrodsburg. Ky. Hob ert Cooper has beea doing some excellent work at Belmont Park, and Holla Colston, the veteran colored trainer, who is handling him. lias :i high opinion of the youngster. Another from the Foraythe Stable to make her trsj start is the ha* lilly Helen Green, by Peaeara- Blrdseye. She is ■ half sister to thalliums a, Kleber, Meaaoalea, Eckstein, Oeee and TwtekUag star, all by oddfellow. Bayon si. John M the brdanr coil by Cesarloa— Tody smith, that is reported to have worked B0 fast ar Lexington. He was bred by Milton Young at McOrathiana Stud and was knocked dawa it the yearling s-,ies in the east l!st taOBBBer to Crank B. Oliver for 21,500. Mr. Driver is the ana la law of T. II. S;ieiis and is the manager of the Watnnt Hill Stud. Where C 1". Howe annually winters BOOM! horses. Last whiter Mr. Howe n ok ■ fancy to the colt and bought him from Driver, turning him over to Howard OotS to train. lie was shipped to New York from Lexington a few days a:. •. He is .1 balf brother to piuto. Lady Coleman ami Miss Hue tease. Angelas, the appropriately named brown colt, by Sandrlngnaai Reapers, is one of Barry Payne VfhltaeyS own breeding. He is a half brother to Orison and Canonical. anaconda, the bay colt by GoMcrest Poad Becol-l-iiion. was bred by the late Major B. :. Thoaaas and was sold by his estate to 11. p. Conkling for ll.OOO, H. is a haaf brataei to Begrel and Migrate. Live Wire is | flUl brother to .lames Craw-ford and that is why he i. in the barn of Y. Y. Par den, lie is a bay colt by Handsel Mother Bunch and wi bici b] loan s. Barbee at ais larm in Kentucky. Mr, Dardea paid 2700 for him as a yeai liu_-. Norbltt, liie ..iy cdi by Inspector I..— Vat aish, is a half brother to Dacassa and Kentucky roa. He was bred by Mil Young and sold to V. O. Scully, trainer for the Palestine Stable, for ,5700. Donueil. the cheataat colt, by Dteadaaaw— Nell, Which i entered in the name of -I. V. llenning. was bred by J. B. Hagghi at Ehneadorf stmi and was knocked down as a yearling to II. .1. Morris for 23 100, His dam is one of the oldest broodmares owned by Mr. Haggin. she now being twent.v two. Shi is the dam of Slonenell. Stoaeneilie, The Sige. I. a Sages-e. Sagacity, Millstone, Can Nell, Sly Neil and Cold Field. St. Hario. the black colt by St. Carlo, is the first foal oi the young mare Orates and was bred by W. OB. Macdonough at Menlo Park in California. He Was sold bi C. U. Daracfl last winter. Betehoebe, the bay ally by Orslal Santa Delia, is another of Mr. Macdonoagh!a breeding, sin is ■ half sister to BeBatrlx and Ormondale and a I nil Bister to Belle of Ormonde. II ly newcomer at Louisville today is Baby C. the chestnut lilly by Dr. Hire Zera. She is a lull sister to Phenomena and a half sister to Cor- oaer KeUy. She was bred by Don Joaea at his farm near LoaisviUe and was sold as a yearling to V. F. Collins for 205. St. Bede, the only beginner at Oakland today, la a caeataut colt by Bedeck Divinity; and was bred by John fctaekry.

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